Announcing Corks & Chefs at Linn Park, April 27-28. Early bird tickets on sale through April 5!

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If you’ve ever experienced Corks & Chefs at the Magic City Art Connection, you probably don’t need any convincing on why you should go. Go ahead and get your tickets now. You know it’s unlike any tasting event in Birmingham. But if you’re new here, simply calling it a “tasting event” won’t cut it. So, I’m breaking it down for you. Here’s everything you can expect from this year’s 22nd annual Corks & Chefs: A Taste of Birmingham.

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3 tips for financing a car from Adamson Ford Financial Expert David Agee

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David Agee, financing director at Adamson Ford in Birmingham. Photo by Sunny Nyugen for Bham Now

Are you considering financing a car? Don’t go into the process blind. Here are some important tips to know from David Agee, Financial Director at Adamson Ford in Birmingham.

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Behind the scenes at Birmingham’s Closets by Design, plus an amazing wrapping station that you need now

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Closets by Design designs some incredible multipurpose spaces.
Wrapping was never so much fun. Photo by Hannah Chambley for Bham Now

Birmingham’s Closets by Design team works directly with customers to design, manufacture and install the organizational spaces of their dreams.

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Craft beer enthusiast The Beered Black Man’s first brew hits Good People March 30

Marion’s fudge brownie stout is a tribute to his love of dark beers and his great-grandmother. Photo via @beeredblackman’s Instagram

A brand-new beer crafted by a brand=new brewer is set to grace Good People Brewing Company’s menu on Saturday, March 30.

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United Way of Central Alabama lends a helping hand after the Lee County tornadoes

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United Way of Central Alabama (UWCA) in partnership with United Way of Lee County, has launched a secure and trusted donation site that will serve victims of Sunday’s F3 tornadoes. Photo from the United Way of Central Alabama Facebook page

Drew Langloh, CEO of United Way of Central Alabama knows all too well what to do when a disaster strikes.

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5 mistakes to avoid when planning your Birmingham wedding according to Michelle Langdon, Iron City’s magic maker

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Did you really get married in Birmingham if you didn’t take photos in front of an iconic mural?Photo via Kerry Brooks

Are you in the throes of planning your perfect Birmingham wedding? Or maybe you’re still adding pins to your “Wedding Inspo” Pinterest board… (Hey, no shame in getting a head start!) Either way, you probably already have a never-ending to-do list. So be warned, this article is NOT that.

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Reserve your seat today for the InnovateHER Panel Discussion happening March 26 at Forge

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Innovate Birmingham is celebrating Women’s History Month with the InnovateHER Panel Discussion on 3/26 at Forge. There will be six panelists, all women in tech, including Nicole Mubarak, Chairwoman of Birmingham Women in Tech and Britney Summerville, Vice President of Community Engagement at Shipt! Reserve your seat today, because spots are filling up. Oh, and it’s free!

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Birmingham City Council approves potential MLB youth academy at George Ward Park

George Ward Park could become the next destination of the MLB Youth Academy. That hits the ball out of the park! Photo via Trek Birmingham

Could the MLB be one step closer to building a brand new youth academy at George Ward Park? We think so. The Birmingham City Council approved an agreement that would allow the Major League Baseball Youth Development Foundation to bring their youth baseball and softball academy to Birmingham.

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A personal chef for $96/week in Birmingham? It’s true. I tried it. Learn more about Eryka Perry’s Not Just Catering

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Chef and owner Eryka Perry of Not Just Catering will wow you right away with her positive attitude and gameplan to kickstart your healthy lifestyle! Photo submitted
Chef and owner Eryka Perry of Not Just Catering will wow you right away with her positive attitude and gameplan to kickstart your healthy lifestyle! (Photo by Jae the El Photography)

For $96/week, you can have your very own personal chef. Yes, you’re reading that right. For a little less than $100 (plus the cost of groceries) the folks over at Not Just Catering will cook in your home and leave your fridge stocked with three fresh, healthy meals. They’ll even clean up. Want to know more about the company making personal chef experience affordable? Read on!  

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